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    Warning mysql num rows supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in D inetpub apdt co uk httpdocs modules search results body php on line 15 Pages News Warning mysql num rows supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in D inetpub apdt co uk httpdocs modules search results body php on line 16 Dog Trainers Warning mysql num rows supplied argument is not a valid

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/search-results (2016-02-16)
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  • Code of Practice
    methods and or equipment advised employed or sold by members shall be consistent with the principles of kindness and fairness to both clients and dogs For this reason coercive or punitive techniques and or equipment should not be used recommended advertised or sold by members Appendix 1 The training techniques employed and advised by members are assumed to be the application of scientifically based research and knowledge and to result from practical experience of the use of non compulsive methods Where techniques are experimental the client and if applicable the referring veterinary surgeon must be so informed Members shall keep clients fully informed about the nature of and reasons for their actions and any possible risk or drawback that might arise from them They shall not lead their clients to form unrealistic expectations of the outcome of any action or intervention Members shall conduct themselves in such a way as not to undermine public confidence in their profession or the Association and shall not practise when physically or psychologically unfit to do so Members may accept clients from a variety of referral sources or through direct advertising Where such advertising refers to clubs or societies it should not assert or imply endorsement by the Association other than to state where applicable that all instructors are members Members may use the letters APDT UK or APDT UK after their name Members must ensure that their name and membership number appear in all advertising The logo may not be used except in conjunction with the member s full details Members who work with assistants who are not members are responsible for ensuring that such assistants act responsibly towards clients and are willing to conform to the spirit of this code Obligations Members are required To agree to accept and abide by this code and to supply the Association with a signed statement to that effect To abide by and observe the rules regulations and pronouncements of the Association To acknowledge that membership of the Association is solely for individuals and shall not be used to endorse the activities of any club society or Organisation to which they may belong To carry public liability and professional indemnity insurance Where acceptance of clients by direct referral from veterinary surgeons shall be part of their practice to secure and maintain full professional indemnity insurance and to supply referring veterinary surgeons with proof of such insurance should they request it To be careful not to make any misleading claims or statements in advertising or otherwise In their endorsement or commercialisation of any product not to use their membership to suggest that they are speaking on behalf of the Association Not to disclose any information about any client which comes to their notice as a result of their professional relationship with the client or to make public any record in any form of their dealings with a client except where required to do so by rule of law or where the client has consented to the nature

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/members-only/code-of-practice (2016-02-16)
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  • Half Check Collars
    is felt that this collar does not break up and mark the neck coat as much as a standard flat collar These collars are also sometimes preferred for safety by the owners of narrow headed dogs such as sight hounds or rough collies especially those who may panic put on the brakes quickly back out of their flat collar leaving a distraught owner holding collar and lead while their dog in full flight becomes a speck in the distance Owners may also for one reason or another find it difficult to manage buckled or clip on collars so find it more practical to slip this style of collar on and off over their dog s head The APDT UK has no issue with members using half check collars for these reasons provided they are fitted correctly and not used to jerk and copy the action of a full choke chain in any way They should be fitted so that when tightened the two rings actually meet around the dog s neck with sufficient space for two fingers to be slipped against the neck under the collar in exactly the same way as a flat collar would be fitted This ensures that the Half Check collar cannot be used as a choke collar when the lead tightens However if fitted so that the two rings do not meet Half check collars can of course be used to copy the unpleasant and painful action of a full choke chain Unfortunately some unenlightened trainers and owners still use the collar with the intention to jerk choke and intimidate dogs To make matters worse it has recently become fashionable again to fit collars which slip tight up behind the dog s ears This disgusting practice seen by some as a miracle which stops dogs

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/about/half-check-collars (2016-02-16)
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  • Complaints Procedure
    Library Choke Chain Leaflet Useful Links Photo Gallery News Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube APDT Complaints Procedure How do I make a complaint about an APDT member Contact the APDT UK office via letter or email stating the nature of the complaint and the APDT member s name What will happen next You will be asked to give a telephone number that you can be contacted on Why do I need

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/about/complaints-procedure (2016-02-16)
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  • Member Login
    Us Dog Training Events Members Only Contact Us You are here Home Member Login Search Dog Owners Assistance Dogs Good Companion Awards Subscribers Subscribers Application Choosing a Trainer Local Dog Trainers Choosing a Puppy Puppy Dog Training Tips Dog Training Instructors Dog Trainer Courses General Course Information Dog Training Careers Resources APDT UK Education Clicker Order Form Members Subscriber Login APDT UK Library Choke Chain Leaflet Useful Links Photo Gallery

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/member-login?Path=members-only (2016-02-16)
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  • Contact Us
    Awards Subscribers Subscribers Application Choosing a Trainer Local Dog Trainers Choosing a Puppy Puppy Dog Training Tips Dog Training Instructors Dog Trainer Courses General Course Information Dog Training Careers Resources APDT UK Education Clicker Order Form Members Subscriber Login APDT UK Library Choke Chain Leaflet Useful Links Photo Gallery News Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Contact Us We are waiting to hear from you Telephone 01285 810811 Email info apdt co

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/contact#frm_enquiry (2016-02-16)
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  • Yorkshire - East
    Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Back Yorkshire East Address Hessle Community Centre The Hourne Hessle Hull East Yorkshire HU13 9LJ Mobile 07775 836385 Email justpetdogs yahoo co uk Website www justpetdogs co uk Marion Justice OCN Puppy Adult Clicker One to one KC Good Cits Behaviour Home visits 00369 Address See Yorkshire North Jeannette McClure See Yorkshire North 00707 Address See North Yorkshire Christine Stansfield See North Yorkshire 00920 Address Wagtails

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/dog-owners/local-dog-trainers/yorkshire-east (2016-02-16)
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  • Local Dog Trainers in Bedfordshire UK
    See Hertfordshire Hazel Needham 00218 Address See Cambidgeshire Wendy King See Cambidgeshire 00687 Address Ark House Vets 22 Hockliffe Street Leighton Buzzard LU7 1HJ Telephone 01525 373329 Mobile 07967 825268 Fax 01525 852354 Email hannah arkhousevets co uk Website www arkhousevets co uk Hannah Lyon Behaviour Home visits One to one Rehabilitation group 00981 Address See Buckinghamshire Rachel Hopton See Buckinghamshire 00982 Address Bury Farm Cottage Church End Kensworth LU6

    Original URL path: http://www.apdt.co.uk/dog-owners/local-dog-trainers/bedfordshire (2016-02-16)
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